Eligibility & exemptions — Graduate Certificate of Applied Risk Management

Entry into the Graduate Certificate of Applied Risk Management is available to those who hold a university degree, or degree-equivalent qualification, satisfying Governance Institute’s entry requirements, or five years senior risk management experience. An academic transcript issued by your university or other education body or a curriculum vitae with relevant position description and letter from your employer will need to be provided.

A maximum of one subject exemption is available and is based on demonstrated prior study.

The four subjects in the Graduate Certificate must be successfully complete (either by study or exemption) in order to be conferred the Graduate Certificate of Applied Risk Management.

Those students who enter the Graduate Certificate of Applied Risk Management through the non-degree pathway can articulate into the Graduate Diploma of Applied Risk Management and Corporate Governance provided they achieve a credit average in the four Graduate Certificate subjects and have not graduated from the Graduate Certificate.

Please contact your local course adviser to discuss your eligibility for entry and any exemption eligibility.

Please note:

Further documentation will be required for exemption if the degree is older than ten years.

Exemption is only granted on the basis of demonstrated equivalent prior studies. You may be asked to provide further evidence of subject content.

Please refer to the postgraduate courses handbook for further details.


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